Learn English Grammar From A–Z
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- Yet, strangely, we know we aren't in the presence of a latter-day Puritan.
- It is the latter-day ghost of America's racist past that won't go away.
- One would seek to undercut or outmaneuver countervailing coalitions, a latter-day British grand strategy, so to speak.
- Certainly, this latter-day political narcissist has already made up his mind what he's going to announce.
- Pillars of society abounded at these latter-day Roman Circuses.
- I'm not suggesting that I want a latter-day Henry V in charge.
- There was a lot of drinking - far too much, even by the latter-day standards of the Billabong - and at far too early an hour.
- Now they are rallying behind our latter-day Churchill.
- I cannot disagree more with this latter-day Daniel Defoe.
- She is always being asked how she came to write a latter-day Greek tragedy with such an insight into gang culture, social warfare and male aspirations.
- These latter-day seven deadly sins all seem to be connected with information technology, as the art of communication is known these days.
- The man who sees himself as a latter-day Saladin will not to be enticed into retirement by the promise of immunity.
- Delicate ecosystems worldwide are threatened with irrevocable decline beneath the massed boots of latter-day pilgrims.
- These latter-day Phileas Foggs, by contrast, want no surprises.
- He was very intent on this task, as if he fancied himself a latter-day St. Francis.
- And let's face it, it's cooler to be a latter-day Beowulf than a burger-flipper.
- Details of what it takes to be a latter-day Bond have been included on the website alongside other Foreign Office careers.
- This brings up the latter-day chestnut which is now commonly utilised as an excuse to keep walkers out.
- The rise of the intruder state gave them power; they were latter-day Whigs.
- He was portrayed as a latter-day Colonel Blimp with a wonderfully bilious turn of phrase.